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If you're an organic (naturally grown) producer, whether you're a new farmer or well established, consider checking out the reputable Warrensburgh Riverfront Farmers Market. The Market is currently looking for additional vendors who follow organic practices to help it keep up with the demand.


The nationally recognized Small Business Week is being celebrated on a smaller, more local scale.

Photo credit: TACC Members Preparing for Small Business Week, photo provided.
Small businesses are an essential part of the local economy, but they are also friends, neighbors, and members of the community. It's important to take the time and appreciate their positive effect on the region. In celebration of 2016's National Small Business Week, and to remind everyone to Think Local, The Ticonderoga Area Chamber of Commerce (TACC) is holding a Spring Shopping & Dining Night on Friday, May 6, from 4:30pm - 9:00pm at participating businesses in Ticonderoga.


The Ticonderoga Area Chamber of Commerce recently released three headlines that caught our attention. Check them out:

To show its commitment to supporting the local economy and to encourage others to do the same, the Ticonderoga Area Chamber of Commerce (TACC) recently announced that it is launching a new "Think Local" campaign.

Most of us are familiar with that dreaded moment when our dentist tells us we need to get a crown or a bridge to cover a damaged tooth or fill a gap. We know how long it takes to get the prosthesis put in place and how frustrating it can be if it doesn't fit quite right or doesn't match the color of our other teeth.

Fortunately for those with crowns and bridges in their futures, Dr. J. Brett Ryan - The North Country Dentist - uses new technology to take time and irritation out of the process!

Lots of companies have been busy in the Adirondacks during the past few weeks! Check out these six headlines about businesses that have been opening, expanding, and relocating.

Since the spring, New Yorkers have been waiting with baited breath to see which five companies the state would grant licenses to that would allow them to grow and distribute medical marijuana. Last week, the "golden tickets" were awarded, and one of the lucky recipients is a company located right here in the Adirondacks.

The Ticonderoga Area Chamber of Commerce will be hosting a Ribbon Cutting and Grand Opening Celebration this week for a brand new entity: The Ticonderoga Natural Foods Co-Op!

This Saturday, July 4th, the Ticonderoga Area Farmers Market opens for the season at their new location: 1114 Wicker Street, near the Walmart entrance, across from Christopher Chevrolet Buick.

Next Saturday, July 11th, is the Grand Opening Celebration, featuring live music entertainment (for the first time ever!) and the introduction of a new Kids' Zone at the Ticonderoga Area Farmers Market.

Phil Henry Acoustic Trio (PHAT)